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  • Primula vulgaris (syn. P. acaulis (L.) Hill) is a species of Primula.
  • The common name is Primrose, or occasionally Common Primrose or English Primrose to distinguish it from other Primula species also called primroses.
  • The primrose was Benjamin Disraeli's favourite flower, and the Primrose League was given its name in honour of this.
  • Primrose  is a small plant, typically no more than 10 cm (4") high.
  • Primroseproduces flowers which generally vary in colour from pale cream to deep yellow.


  • The production of two different types of flowers by Primroses, the pin-eyed and thrum-eyed, is an adaptation to promote cross pollination.
  • Primrose Need Well Drained , Moist, Fertile Soil.
  • Primroses may be grown indoors if you are able to provide them with cool night temperatures of 50-60 degrees F., high humidity, filtered sun and moist soil.
  • They can, be grown successfully if they are watered generously in dry weather and if they're given a soil so rich in humus or vegetable matter it acts like a sponge and soaks in and retains moisture easily.

Cultivation Process

  • The seeds of Primroses are very tiny.
  • Water primrose can be cut and the roots can be dug up but physical control is difficult because it can reestablish from seeds or remaining roots.
  • Water primrose can be propagated by transplanting whole plants into moist soils during the early spring.
  • Seed of primrose can be sown in spring or in autumn and punnets of seedlings or small pots are readily available in nurseries.


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  • There appears to be a small market for the ground portion of primrose, with prices ranging from $7.50 to $34.96 per lb dw.

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